This webinar will look at construction methods and types of products that contribute to lower energy consumption, as well as alternative heating and electrical systems, and improved building envelope.
Over the last six years, Built Green Canada has issued its annual Municipality Challenge concurrent with National Environment Week and over this time, participating municipalities has grown year-over-year. Given this time of COVID...
Emergency Preparedness Week reminds Canadians to better protect themselves and their families. Our sustainable building programs include specific resiliency checklist items, alongside pathways to building healthier, more resource-efficient homes.
2020 marks the 40th anniversary of Jayman BUILT, and with this milestone, Jayman continues to show its commitment to integrating new technologies that benefit their customers and the environment. Informed by a "how can we be better" approach...
A stunning floor plan to celebrate Jayman BUILT's 40th anniversary has been taken from the archives and updated to an impressive edition.
There are a number of options for greener and more economical ways to heat your home. Learn about your choices.
Our High Density Renovation Program is in pilot and maintains the same seven categories as the HD New Construction program; it's contained within the same checklist and underwent the same 2020 updates; the main program updates are contained here.
As we near the end of 2019, we want to provide a summary of the adjusted and added items to our 2020 BUILT GREEN® High Density Programs, which provide you with new opportunities to earn points towards your projects' BUILT GREEN® certification.
In recognition of Waste Reduction Week, Built Green Canada acknowledges the integral role waste management plays in environmental sustainability, as well as those builders who have long chosen responsible waste reduction methods.
Leading up to Renovation Month, Built Green Canada launches its High Density Renovation Program pilot and is encouraging trials during this phase.
Energy efficiency and offsetting carbon are becoming the rage in the housing industry. While we are making great strides, we can't forget the other half of going green: to ensure the homes we're building are sustainable and healthy.
Driven by a pursuit of knowledge, high quality builds, affordability, and a focus on customer engagement, Rococo Homes' path has been guided by these four key principles.
Industry leads climate mitigation ahead of regulation, while government increases commitment to sustainable building.
In West Vancouver, hillsides are made of solid rock, so excavation is at times a necessary task for builders that can be both environmentally and financially taxing. On a recent project, Upward Construction tried something new...